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Vicente López
(Abt 1742-After 1802)
María Antonia Chávez
(-1818)
José María Chávez
(1756-)
María Ygnacia Jaramillo
Diego Antonio López
(1784-)
Juliana Chávez
María Isadora López

 

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Spouses/Children:
Iganacio Caetano Ruiz

María Isadora López

  • Marriage: Iganacio Caetano Ruiz on 9 Sep 1825 in San Felipe de Neri, Alburquerque, New México Territory 412

María married Iganacio Caetano Ruiz on 9 Sep 1825 in San Felipe de Neri, Alburquerque, New México Territory.412 (Iganacio Caetano Ruiz was born in Jul 1804 in Alburquerque, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 438 and was christened on 18 Jul 1804 in San Felipe, Nuevo Méjico, Nueva España 438 .)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Record. 412
9 Sep 1825 casé y belé -Ygnacio Ruis de esta juridicion, hijo de Antonio Ruis and María Ysabel Armijo, both deceased, m. María Ysidora Lopes desta misma jurisdicion, hija de Diego Lopes y María Juliana Chaves. Witnesses: Tomás Beserra, José Anastacio Hernandes, Victoriano Marques y otros.
~San Felipe de Neri Marriages, p. 96

• Diligencia Matrimonial, 18 May-16 Jun 1825. 438
Ignacio Caetano Ruiz, about 20, single, a native of the Alburquerque area, the legitimate son of Antonio Estanislao Ruiz and Isabel Armijo, both deceased. Mará Isidora López, about 18, single, native of the Alburquerque area, the legitimate daughter of Diego Mariano López and María Juliana Chaves. The couple was related in the third and fourth degrees of consanguinity.


Diego Antonio Chávez and Juan Silva
José María Chávez1st degree María Bárbara Chávez
Juliana Chávez 2nd degree María Isabel Armijo
María Isidora López 3rd degree Ignacio Caetano Ruiz


Manuel Armijo II
Vicente Armijo1st degreeManuela Armijo
María Isabel 2nd degreeMaría Ignacia Jaramillo
Ignacio Caetano Ruiz3rd degree Juliana Chávez
Ignacio Casetano Ruiz4th degreeMaría Isidora López

Ignacio Caetano Ruiz stated that he did not know he was related to María Isidora until his relatives told him a few days earlier. For about two years he had engaged in improper relations whith her, and she was pregnant.

Witnesses:
Juan Antonio Crespín, 68, married, citizen of Alburquerque for forty-eight years.
Tomás Sedillo, 70, married native of Alburquerque
Joaquín López, about 70. widower, native of Alburquerque

Governor of the Sacred Ministry, Alvares Tostado granted dispensation, imposing penance that the couple would take communion once more than required annually by Church precepts and recite one decade of the rosary every day for thirty days. He ordered that the parish priest to publish the banns three times. Assuming no new impediment arose, he was to marry the couple and give them the nuptial blessing.

Certificates

On 18 Jul 1804, Vicar Ortega baptized Ignacio Caetano Nepomuceno de la Cruz, born on 16 Jul 1804, the legitimate son of Antonio Estanislao Ruiz and María Isbel Armijo. His padrinos were José Julián Armijo and his sister María Isadora Armijo.

Unable to locate the baptismal record for María Isadora López, Father Leyba took testimony on 19 May 1825 from Joaquín López, a citizen of Alburquerque, sho said that María Isidora López was baptized in the parish church. Although he had not seen the act, the late Vicente López had told him about it. Father Guerra performed the baptism.

On 19 Jul1825, Diego Antonio López gave his permission for his daughter, María Isidora López, to marry Ignacio Caetano Ruiz.

In Alburquerque, on 19 May 1825, Manuel Armijo stated that Ignacio Caetano Ruiz had no parents or grandparents who could testify to his age as required by the royal degree of 23 Mar 1773 and the royal decree 1803. As Alcalde, Armijo stated that Ignacio Caetano was free to wed.

~Durango Prenuptial Investigations, Vol. II, pp. 173-175


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